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ICC Test Rankings: Virat Kohli dethrones Steve Smith as No.1 batsman

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Indian captain Virat Kohli has dethroned Australia's Steve Smith for number one spot in the ICC Test Rankings. While Virat Kohli has 928 points in the latest rankings, Smith has slipped to the second position with 923 points. The Australian batsman had a poor outing in the two-Test series against Pakistan, where in two innings, he failed to breach the fifty-run mark.

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Virat Kohli retains top spot in ICC Test rankings

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Indian skipper Virat Kohli retained his top spot among batsmen in the latest ICC Test rankings issued today. With 928 points, Kohli is 17 points clear of Australia's Steve Smith who scored 43 and 16 in the first Test against New Zealand which Australia won by 296 runs.
Cheteshwar Pujara with 791 and Ajinkya Rahane 759 held on to their fourth and sixth spots respectively.

Among the bowlers, Bumrah slipped to the sixth spot in the list headed by Australia's Pat Cummins.

India's Ravindra Jadeja, meanwhile, remained at number two, behind Jason Holder of the West Indies among Test all-rounders.

In the ICC World Test Championship, India stand on top with 360 points, way ahead of Australia 216, Sri Lanka 80, New Zealand 60 and England 56.


ICC T20I rankings: Radha retains 2nd position in bowlers’ list as Deepti, Poonam slip

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Left-arm Indian spinner Radha Yadav remained at the second spot but compatriots Deepti Sharma and Poonam Yadav slipped a place each to the fifth and sixth positions in the latest ICC Women's T20I players rankings. Among the batters, Jemimah Rodrigues continued to occupy the fourth spot, while Smriti Mandhana and Harmanpreet Kaur too remained static at the seventh and ninth positions.

India continued to hold on to the fourth position in the ICC Women's T20 Team Ranking. Among others, spinner Sophie Ecclestone and opener Amy Jones have attained career-high rankings.
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Virat Kohli ends 2019 at top of ICC ODI batsmen rankings, Rohit Sharma closes in on top spot

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Indian batsman Rohit Sharma has closed in on the top spot in the latest ICC ODI rankings released on Monday following his impressive show against West Indies at home where he was awarded the Player of the Series trophy. Rohit still stands second in the batting list, but just 14 points behind skipper Virat Kohli's rating, who still occupies the top spot despite only a decent show in the series.

Rohit scored 36 in the opener in India's defeat against West Indies, but followed it up with a sensational and record-extending eighth 150-plus score in ODIs en route to his knock of 159 in Visakhapatnam to help India level the series. In the decider, Rohit played a crucial role with his run-a-ball 63 to lay the solid foundation of India's successful chase to 316. Rohit's stunning show saw him finish with 873 as ratings in batting rankings.

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Test Rankings: Virat Kohli ends year on top, Cheteshwar Pujara slips to No. 5

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Indian captain Virat Kohli will end the year at the top of the ICC Test ranking chart for batsmen but five-day specialist Cheteshwar Pujara slipped a place to fifth.

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ICC Test Rankings: Virat Kohli remains at top, Marnus Labuschagne jumps to 3rd position

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India skipper Virat Kohli retained his top spot among batsmen while Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane slipped in the latest ICC Test rankings issued on Wednesday. With 928 points, Kohli is way ahead of second-placed Australian maestro Steve Smith (911), the ICC said in a statement.

Pujara was placed sixth, down one rung, with 791 points, while Rahane occupied the ninth spot after slipping a couple of positions with 759 points.

In bowling, India's pace spearhead Jasprit Bumrah, returning from an injury layoff, remained static at sixth position with 794 points, while spinner Ravichandran Ashwin (772 points) and seamer Mohammed Shami (771) were ninth and 10th respectively.

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Kohli, Dhawan gain places in ICC T20I rankings for batsmen; Saini jumps 146 places

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India opener K L Rahul retained his sixth position while captain Virat Kohli moved up a place to ninth in the batting chart of the ICC T20I players rankings released on Saturday.

The ICC T20 rankings were updated after the conclusion of the three-match series between India and Sri Lanka, which Kohli's men won 2-0.

Rahul, the highest-ranked India batsman, has gained 26 points and is now on 760 rating points, just six behind Australia's Glenn Maxwell after scores of 45 and 54 in his two innings against Sri Lanka.

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ICC ODI Rankings: Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma retain top-2 positions; Jasprit Bumrah leads bowlers' pack

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India captain Virat Kohli and his deputy Rohit Sharma consolidated their top two positions in the batting chart, while pace ace Jasprit Bumrah continued to lead among bowlers in the ICC ODI Rankings issued on Monday.

Following their stellar performances against Australia in the just-concluded series, which India won 2-1, Kohli (No.1) and Rohit (No.2) have strengthened their positions.

With 183 runs under his belt against Australia, Kohli was the player-of-the-series while Rohit was a close second, garnering 171 runs in the rubber, including a match-winning 119 in the deciding ODI in Bengaluru on Sunday.

Kohli (886 points) and Rohit (868 points) have gained two and three ratings points, respectively to occupy the top two positions in the batting rankings.

Pakistan's Babar Azam is in third position with 829 points, the ICC said in a statement.

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Virat Kohli retains top spot in ICC Test rankings for batsmen; Ajinkya Rahane slips to No.9

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Indian captain Virat Kohli on Saturday continued to top the ICC Test batsmen's ranking but his deputy Ajinkya Rahane slipped a place to ninth spot.

Kohli has 928 points, 17 more than second-placed Australian run-machine Steve Smith.

Cheteshwar Pujara also remained in sixth place with 791 points. Rahane has 759 points.

India pace spearhead Jasprit Bumrah was the best-placed Indian in the bowlers' ranking at sixth spot with 794 points, while spinner Ravichandran Ashwin was placed eighth. Seamer Mohammed Shami was the third Indian in the top 10, improving a spot to be placed at the ninth position.

In the all-rounders ranking, Ravindra Jadeja remained static at the third place with 406 points, while Ashwin improved a place to capture the fourth position with 308 points.

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Kohli stays atop ICC ODI rankings for batsmen; Boult replaces Bumrah at the top of bowler's rankings

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Virat Kohli remained on top of the ICC ODI rankings for bastmen despite a poor show in the recently concluded three-match ODI series against New Zealand. Ross Taylor and Quinton de Kock climbed up the ladder following their recent scores against India and England respectively while Faf du Plessis, Kane Williamson and Joe Root dropped one ranking each.

Kohli had a forgetful three-match series against the Black Caps with him scoring only 75 runs from 3 matches including a 51 in the first game at Hamilton. However, that hasn't affected his ranking as he remains on top with 869 rating points and is followed by Rohit Sharma, who despite not playing a game due to injury is second with 855 points to his name.

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